"You Learn" is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette for her third studio album, Jagged Little Pill (1996). It was written by Morissette and Glen Ballard, who also produced the song and the rest of the studio album. Maverick and Warner Bros. Records released the song as the album's fifth single. Musically, "You Learn" is a rock-influenced song, that incorporates elements of alternative rock and contemporary pop music. The song speaks of the importance of poor decision making in life by explaining that these decisions can teach valuable lessons.
The song received generally positive reviews from most music critics, many highlighting the song as an album standout. Many also contributed towards the personal lyrical content that was included in the song. The song was a commercial success globally, only charting in North America and the Oceanic regions. A music video was shot for the single, showing Morissette walking through the streets, which could picture daily things that Morissette regrets and makes up for it, similar to the theme of the song's lyrical content.